A Washington Post article opines about a former Pentecostal Army chaplain who lost his endorsement when his denomination found out he wanted to switch to Wicca. He was attempting to become a Wiccan chaplain, which is heretofore unknown.
The Rutherford Institute, which is representing Navy Chaplain Klingenschmitt, has announced that they have stopped the Navy’s attempt to separate the chaplain prior to the upcoming trial.
The likes of Maxim, FHM, and other ‘non-pornographic’ magazines of partially dressed women in sensuous poses are readily available for deployed fighter pilots and other military members, often delivered for free by the publishers. According to Christian Post, Lifeway is attempting to provide a Christian alternative through a distribution scheme with thousands of churches.
As repeated by a variety of sources, the Associated Press has reported that the Wiccan lawsuit against the Veterans Administration will proceed without a delay requested by the government.
According to a copy of the court order, Chaplain Klingenschmitt’s dismissal from the Navy may be delayed pending the outcome of filings.
A recent addition to Mr. Michael Weinstein’s press portfolio has been an interview with the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix, in which he states that ‘all Jewish people’ know that “postmillennial reconstructionist dominionist evangelical” Christians are putting America on a train to “Slaughterville,” saying that “2007 looks more like 1937.”
Religious Freedom Day passed quietly, with virtually no mainstream media press coverage, even though struggles continue over the proper role of religion in government, the military, and public society. The President’s proclamation is here, and a private organization has started a website to better publicize the day.
In the latest bid to bring closure to the 17-year old suit demanding the removal of the Mount Soledad Cross, the US Court of Appeals has declared the suit moot.